Vin­tage Aer­o­batic World Cham­pi­onships on again

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The suc­cess of last year’s Vin­tage Aer­o­batic World Cham­pi­onships (see com­peti­tor Barry Tem­pest’s re­port in Oc­to­ber’s ‘ Pi­lot Notes’) has prompted the or­gan­is­ers to ex­pand the cat­e­gories of el­i­gi­ble air­craft types for the 2018 event, which takes place at Skive Air­port, Den­mark from 16-19 Au­gust, VAWC founder Søren Dol­riis tells us. In ad­di­tion to Vin­tage air­craft (built pre-1955) ‘Clas­sics’ (types built 1955-1970) and ‘Repli­cas’ (plans built aer­o­bat­ics types) will now be able to com­pete. Three new flight pro­grammes are planned: Loop­ing The Loop, Danc­ing the Clover­leaf, and Rolling the Cir­cle.

For more de­tails and up­dates visit: vin­tageaer­o­batic.com

Ex­ten­sion of el­i­gi­ble types for VAWC will en­able clas­sic aer­o­batic types such as th­ese Zlin Z-226A Akro­bats to take part, seen here led by an in­verted Z-126 Trenér 2

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